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's helping the f.b.i. with their questions, apparently being very cooperative. not a suspect in any way. but the shooter, we're told, this 20-year-old adam lanza. according to rick leventhal, who has been leading much of the reporting today on this, adam lanza woke thumb morning at his mother's home, shot her in the face and then came to this school. imagine the scene right now in sandy hook elementary. though the bodies of the children, many of them still there, we are told, and the difficulties are caught in identifying it, the only way because these kids obviously don't carry i.d., is for the parents to actually identify the bodies themselves. governor malloy talked about that difficult process earlier today. listen. >> our police personnel and others are doing the utmost to clear this situation as soon as possible to return these children to their parents or these loved ones to their fellow loved ones as quickly as possible. and we'll work with all of the residents of this community and connecticut to make sure that we do, in fact, get through this. >> just imagine, bill, that many
. facebook has helped the f.b.i. crack a massive global hacking ring. they used malware that stole credit card numbers and bank details to one of the largest cyber crimes in history. they identified criminals, and employed tools to remove these threats. 11 million computers were affected leading to $850 million in losses. tepeople have been arrested. they are from the united states, britain, bosnia and macedonia and new zealand and peru. >>> meantime, the f.b.i. says the problem of human trafficking has become so serious the agency needs some help. karina rusk explains that help is coming from unexpected partnerships. >> they played tour guide to a contingent of f.b.i. a little from san francisco. it may seem unusual unless you know their mutual goal of fighting the problem of human trafficking. they call the crime modern day slavery. >> when we think about slavely and what that means, that people are exploited that people are bought, sold, no freedom or no rights. >> this congratulations made a pledge to, did this done degree gas station wants to shine a light on the problem. some advoca
an ar in america would have to register with the f.b.i., so the f.b.i. would have to know who has these weapons and now people are going well, we don't want to. we believe the government is oppressive and they're going to do this and it's a slippery slope. but i think we have to do things like that. am i wrong? >> i agree with you entirely. look, in 1994, i supported the ban on assault weapons and the same column in which i supported it, i predicted it would have zero effect. well, we've had studies about what effect it had. it was in force for ten years, so it's a very good experiment in time. it had no effect on the level of homicide. it had no effect on the lethality and nature of gun violence. and we know that to be a fact. so it is not -- so it isn't as if we're herizing from nothing. we did this and it didn't have an effect. the main reason is that there is so many loopholes. if you look at the feinstein law, the one she is now proposing to reintroduce, she exempts 900 kinds of weapons. the loopholes here are so enormous that it will have no appreciable effect on the homicid
much. the f.b.i. is trying to find answers to the tragedy and they are new questioning the suspect's family including his older brother and his father. the older brother was initially mistaken as the shooter. the killer and the older brother have been estranged if two years. and now, anna is on the phone on the way to new jersey and that is where the older where lived. police searched his home. what can you tell us today? >> good morning. we are here on the scene and it is quiet after 10:00 last night we wanted the copped roll up at the police station that have been wrapped around the build where the alleged shoot are's brother lives with two other people. the streets in the neighborhood were blocked off yesterday, and the f.b.i. and the police are on the scene and residents say a bought qualm went through the hall wees of the building. yesterday, ryan lanza rolled up and police under haved the building and he was handcuffed. the reason no this yesterday was confusion over the identity of the actual shooter because adam was carrying ryan's i.d. and rumors flying and someone, there
all of the latest information from the f.b.i. director. they're on top of this as well. >> that's right. this is a thing where, you know, the situation will light up and they'll start to get this information. in a fast-moving incident-- and this is my experience as a former assistant director of the f.b.i.-- sometimes inside information is overrated. which is you're getting information from n realtime from the scene, from the actual players on the ground and as we experience in trying to cover a story like that that information just because it's coming straight from the official sources and the actual witnesses also tends to change as it develops. i think what we'll see from the white house is a cautious statement that stays away from the facts and the numbers. and talks about the sentiment and for us to come together as a country in grieving and supporting this community in the parents and families of the victims. >> o'donnell: and there you see the president of the united states. >> this afternoon i spoke with governor malloy and f.b.i. director mueller. i offered governor mal
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zandt, a former f.b.i. profiler and an nbc news analyst. clint, thanks for being here tonight. >> good to be with you, al. >> what are officials doing right now to try to advance this investigation? what are they looking for? >> al, as you know, they've got multiple crime scenes. they've got to horrific scene at the school where every law enforcement officer, the first responder goes in, i'm sure the tendency breaks down in tears because that could be their children or grandchildren. you've got that crime scene they have to deal with. and then you've got the separate crime scene of the victim's mother's home where we're told that she was shot in the face and killed. we've got that crime scene. and then you've got any location where the subject may have lived with roommates, his vehicle and law enforcement also has a race going on, al. and that race says make sure there's not any other event. we know, for example, that the connecticut state police bomb squad was going to each location to make sure there hadn't been an explosive device, a bomb, set off. we had to check each of those loca
in connecticut. the f.b.i. confirms two pistols and m-4 rifle found at the scene. police have been updating through the day. and much of the information has been changing frankly. three people rushed to the hospital, teacher and two children are all expected to be okay. the teacher was shot in the leg and the foot and the other children suffered nonlife threatening injury. get to scene with rick leventhal who is there and has been throughout the day. rick, describe what is going on there now. >> well, john, we had another briefing from the state police regarding what they can tell us, what they are comfortable sharing with us at this hour. remember the shooting was less than eight hours ago. the information has been changing throughout the day. but what we know now is they got a 911 call from the school, just after 9:30 this morning. newtown, connecticut police officers went to the school. immediately called for state police backup. when the rest of the officers arrived, they didn't wait. they went inside that school looking for children, looking for adults that could be brought out of the
on the left said here is a bigelow movie. she has great information and intel from the f.b.i. from the f.b.i. building. when she makes an accurate portrayal of the movie where waterboarding takes place or information gleaned from enhanceed interrogation leads from the cour your to bin laden all of a sudden, wait, don't glorify waterboarding or torture. they want something different. liberals in hollywood and outside hollywood want a different depiction of how the info is. >> andrea: she has come under fire because she is accused of working closely with hollywood. she becomes the star of the movie. coincidence? greg, i got to ask you about this. new york magazine critic david edalstein brands "zero dark thirty" as morally reprehensible, because there is a scene with waterboarding. so shocker, just like the video you asked who pushed the video, trying to sensor another movie, because i guess they don't agree with it. >> greg: waterboarding more like awesome boarding. the unspeakable truth here is everybody wants -- they will never say this, but even wants torture on the table. if you ask a per
was further pulled back. >> what are we learning about the status of that f.b.i. investigation? >> one of the things that is striking about the two classified briefings is a tight lid on response from lawmakers in the briefings about what we've learned. they were told there's been limited progress in the investigation by the f.b.i. because it's been hampered by a lack of cooperation by the countries who hold the suspects, particularly when you look at libya where the government does not have control over the eastern part of the country where benghazi is locate. the leading democrat is telling fox characterizing this lack of progress is limited. >> there's a lot more to do. this is an ondoing process but we're using our techniques and using our relationships with other governments to find out who did this and why they did it. >> just to recap there are at least three publicly known suspects. one killed in a raid by egyptians authorities in october. a second was arrested in egypt and there's a third suspect that's been held in to tunisia r two months. the attorney general defended the f.
of all no one brought up. jill kelly is a narcisist and and publicity hound. insped of going to the f.b.i.. why didn't she call petraeus and say by the way, i am getting strange e-mails from an anonymous source. as your buddy, what do you think of this? she went straight to the f.b.i.. what an idiot. she was wanting publicity . the girl is broke! >> you don't feel bad for them like the tight clothes reviewed. >> don't feel bad for them. she is a vixen and a siren and loved the publicity. did you see her coming in and out of the house and flailing her hair and in and out of her car she liked the publicity. broadwell was in serious deep stuff and she hid away. you can see jill kelly looking out of her window and she hired a publicity lawyer and did charity work to show her in the favorable light. she is biggest -- ever. >> finally tonight, i was surprised by my friends at fox and friends on friday morning when they told me i had gangnum style. ♪ who knew i could dance. hey sexy lady. ♪ ♪ open gangnum tile. ♪ hey sexy lady.
higher priority efforts, such as the f.b.i. surveillance officers to keep watch on terrorists and personnel for certain other programs that will increase cooperation and training with our foreign partners and the critical porcht role for our intelligence -- important role for our intelligence agencies as we move to protect ourselves from threats all around the world. the bill authorizes increased funding for intelligence collection programs including increased counterintelligence to thwart foreign spies. and the cutting edge research and development. this is an incredibly important investment for the united states if we are going to continue to lead in the ability to detect before they can do harm to the united states, we have to make the investment in research and development of high-end technological advancement. while i cannot get into the specifics of a lot of these programs, it's important to mention them as we are taking -- we are going through the process each year in conducting oversight of intelligence activities and making funding recommendationes that will help the
know, thinking of this whole-- you know, in 2010, the f.b.i. statistics show that more people in this country were beaten to death than were killed by long guns of all kinds, including the so-called assault weapons. now, anybody killed by any method say tragedy. i'm not arguing that it isn't. what i am saying, bob, is that when you look at the problem-- let's say we pass diann dianne feinstein's bill, how would that stop the next school shooting? it wouldn't. because it doesn't take guns off the street, and if you did, you couldn't. so that doesn't solve the problem. >> schieffer: but doesn't it make it more difficult? mr. keene-- >> it doesn't-- >> schieffer: if a man had talked about that school in connecticut with a baseball bat, he might have given a couple of people a concussion, but all those children would not be dead. >> well, you know, the fact that something is misused, whether it's a baseball bat or the mass killing in a chinese school with an axe and a knife, doesn't mean that you ban baseball bats, axes and knives or guns. >> schieffer: nobody is saying-- >> it me
malloy and f.b.i. director muller. i offered governor malloy my condolences on behalf of the nation and made it clear that he will have every single resource he needs to investigate this heinous crime and care for victims and families. we have investigated too many of these incidents and each time i hear the news i react not as the president but as with anybody else would as a parent. that was especially true today. i know there is not a parent in who doesn't feel the same overwhelming grief that i do. the majority of those that died today were children. beautiful little kids between the ages of 5 and ten years old. they had their entire lives ahead of them, birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own. among the fallen were teacher, men and women that devoted their lives helping children fulfill their dreams so our hearts are broken today. for the parents and grand parents and sisters and brothers of these little children and for the families of the adults that are lost. our hearts are broke an for the parents of the survivors as well, as blessed as they are to have their ch
to the f.b.i. and c.i.a. analyst. >> was there a problem between the communication with the f.b.i. doing the investigation, c.i.a. doing some of the intelligence analysis, state department responsible for the security. problem of a different kind? >> today, president obama resisted suggestion he was cornered on a potential rights nomination. i'll make sure that we have a full national security team. that can give me the best advice possible. do everything they can to keep the american people safe. susan rice has done a great job as u.n. ambassador but i haven't made a decision about secretary of state. >> tomorrow on capitol hill, second round of closed classified briefings will be held for members of the house. testimony from the nation top intelligence officer among others. aside from the c.i.a. talking points, lawmakers say they want more definitive information on the level of premedication by the terrorists and how early it was known. bret? >> bret: thank you. >>> still ahead -- what is the big hold up for obamacare? first, president george w. bush on the piece of the economic recove
of the f.b.i. as well as to the governor of connecticut, governor malloy. also express the fact that the federal government will stand with the president as it deals with this unspeakable tragedy, not only emotionally, but offering up its full resources to the state of connecticut as it begins the healing process. what will undoubtedly be a long and dark process of that state. the president ordered the flag lowered at half staff and throughout washington, d.c. and to your initial point, chris, the president making it clear that this is something that is not only a tragedy for the state of connecticut, but the tragedy for the nation, as well. his emotions certainly overflowing today. one of really the most emotional moments that we've seen from this president. >> i agree with you completely. thank you so much, christin welker. we'll be back with more cove raj of the shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. to the best vacation spot on earth. (all) the gulf! it doesn't matter which of our great states folks visit. mississippi, alabama, louisiana or florida
of circumstances here. we now understand that the father of the shooter is being questioned in new jersey by the f.b.i. there were early reports that he also had been killed. that is not the case. the father of adam lanza is being questioned by federal authorities in new jersey. the shooter's brother ryan lanza also apparently cooperating with authorities being questioned in new jersey. the shooter adam may have been carrying his brother's i.d. which led to early confusion about who the identity was. the shooter adam lanza, dead at the scene. slaughtered 26 people inside the elementary school, bret, before killing himself. and now police are going through the grisly task of processing that crime scene. bret? >> bret: rick, they have been talking about processing the crime scene. you mentioned that and dealing with the families. and the bodies taking them out of there. what about processing that scene and trying to find out what was behind this guy and what was his motive, what happened with the background of this man? from the beginning. >> well, that kind of information, the best information about th
polygraph or state of the art go to the f.b.i. on how you can detect lies. victims have theè:xáÑ opposite. while it might not be used in court it would help the investigators so they're not wasting time on false claims and so people9j%( ic-hat are harmed are helped. so i look forward to continuing our communication helping me resolve injustice in your county and helping you resolve injustice in mine. >> president chiu: thank you very muchajq . >> good afternoon, supervisors. and best regards to mayor -- to the mayor. did not moses give you the law? yet none of you keeps theejpz& law. why you looking for an opportunity to kill me? the crowd answered, you have a$ d demon. who is trying to kill you. jesus answered them i performed one work and all of you are astonished. moses gave you the it is of course not from moses but from the patriots and you circumcise a man on sabbath. if a man receives circumcision on the sabbath in order that the law of >opmm are you angry with me because i healed a man's body -- a man's
that she was approved fair handgun permit, then getting an f.b.i. background check, and waiting for that period and picking the weapons up. it's not one of those things where you show up with a driver's license and make the purchase. as we learned from the landscaper, she enjoyed shooting. we spoke to another relative who also said she was worried about the defense of her home, if there was a collapse of the economy, she wanted to have weapons on hand to defend them, which,sh, only underscores the irony that those were the guns used by her own child to kill her and so many others. >> axelrod: john miller in new york, thank you. as this community comes to grips with the loss of so many lives, late today we heard from the father of one of the first graders slain yesterday. robbie parker lost his be her dad. >> axelrod: robbie parker on his daughter, emilie. as we learn more about the chaos and terror inside sandy hook elementary school yesterday morning, we are hearing more about some extraordinary heroism from teachers inside as well. some in the last moments of their lives. mich
say they could be armed and dangerous. we have special agent in charge of the f.b.i. chicago field office. this is a slap in the face, isn't it? >>guest: it is an amazing escape. we are focused not so much on how they got out of jail but where they are and getting them back in jail. >>shepard: this happened 30 years ago, i understand, from one them headed south to mississippi and another went in another direction and they were caught. do you see similarities? or what is the word? >>guest: i am not familiar with the event that happened in 1986. this was fairly well planned. they slipped through in the middle of the night and cameras caught them at 2:40 in the morning hairing a cap three blocks away, and headed southbound. several hours later, they showed up at one of the subject's mother's house, got some clothing, and, again, headed out on foot and have not been seen since. >>shepard: you look first at places familiar to the guys, right? >>guest: we do. we have a number of viable leads we go through all kinds of leads. we have been work 24/7 in conjunction with the marshal office a
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the f.b.i., claiming somebody was harassing her on-line, telling her to stay away from general petraeus. the f.b.i. then traced the e-mails to paula broadwell, who is also married. prosecutors announced broadwell's actions did not qualify as cyber stalking and as a result, they were not illegal. >>> the brave men and women of law enforcement put their lives on the line every single day to keep us safe. have you ever wondered how they train to respond to life and death situations? >> important thing in performing a pit maneuver is location. no embankments, no bridges, no congestion. >> shepard: coming up, you'll get a front row seat and a one of a kind training center in georgia. plus, an independent review of factors that led to the attd thr in libya is due out tomorrow. and it could indicate what security changes we may see in the future. details of that in a live report coming right up this family used capital one venture miles to come home for the holidays. that's double miles you can actually use... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got "blacked out." [ brother ] but it's
to the former f.b.i. spokesman and now a senior correspondent for cbs news. how do we stop it, can we stop it? >> well, there's a series of chicken and egg questions there. is it the security of the physical premises, is it the gun laws, is it us? >> reporter: adam lanza's mother we've learneds with a gun enthusiast, she owned the guns her son used to kill her and the rest of the newtown victims. will this latest incident change any mind about gun control? probably not. according to a pugh research center survey before and after the aurora, colorado theater shootings in july, attitudes remained virtually unchanged. a gallup poll last year showed that support for a ban on handguns has actually gone down, dramatically over the last 50 years, to a record low of 26%. now listen to this f.b.i. statistic. >> it was this past black friday, the shopping day after thanksgiving when we hit the all-time record in history for gun sales. over that three-day period, they sold 283,000 guns in the united states. >> reporter: and on thursday, the day before newtown, the michigan state legislature passed a bil
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. as mike morrell said, they were removed by the c.i.a., not the f.b.i. so the whole issue of talking points by committee where the initial analyst of the c.i.a. does talking points, puts something out, and then it goes from agency to agency, who pore over them and say, well, you better not use this because it might jeopardize a contact or something else. and so al qaeda was pulled out of it. . >> schieffer: we're just about out of time. but let me ask you this, this whole idea-- i take it you agree with me-- it is not right to have the public talking points say one thing if they're in conflict with what the classified intelligence shows. >> well, that's exactly right. and that's why if you have to do it this way you shouldn't do it. >> schieffer: all right, we'll let it go at that. the so much. okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-h
with cooperation of government agencies. i worked for a long time on a show with the f.b.i. and also with nasa, negotiate of which probably not unco--- probably not coins dently came to fruition. but these shows "homeland" -- "24" made up it's own organization c.. the u. to avoid it and with "homeland" it was a step towards reality so it does elude to the cia. but -- >> our relationship with the military was interesting because obviously these agencies want to keep arm's length. and once they became fans -- i think it was that simple, they just enjoyed it and felt this is portraying when we did portray a general or soldier, the military became cooperative. so we had a pentagon lie ace son. it got to the point we said we need a couple of f-16s they said sure. it got great. a lot of production value where it came. i think obviously they thought their public affairs and their public image through that show -- >> at the you same token i was visited by the dean of west point a few years later when there was some cry that some investigators in iraq and in afghanistan were being influenced by the con
accused of sexual assault domestic violence have a mandatory polygraph or state of the art go to the f.b.i. on how you can detect lies. victims have theè:xáÑ opposite. while it might not be used in court it would help the investigators so they're not wasting time on false claims and so people9j%( ic-hat are harmede helped. so i look forward to continuing our communication, helping me resolve injustice in your county and helping you resolve injustice in mine. >> president chiu: thank you >> good afternoon, supervisors. and best regards to mayor -- to the mayor. did not moses give you the law? yet none of you keeps theejpz& . why you looking for an opportunity to kill me? the crowd answered, you have a$d demon. who is trying to kill you. jesus answered them i performed one work and all of you are astonished. it is of course not from moses but from the patriots and you circumcise a man on sabbath. if a man receives circumcision on the sabbath in order that the because i healed a man's body -- a man's whole body on the sabbath? do not judge by appearances but judge with the right judg
to retrieve the lost treasure so the f.b.i.'s dive team was called. michael tyms is the team's leader. >> part of the mission is deny the drugs the ability to get here to our country so to leave them there would have left the job unfinished, so to speak. >> reporter: wearing underwater cameras, tyms and his team cut into the submarine, finding more than $200 million of cocaine wrapped in waterproof packets. now drug runners are moving to a more sophisticated, harder-to- detect vessel. soldiers have found fully submersible submarines along rivers that connect to the sea. coast guard commander walsh worries about other groups getting access to that kind of technol. couldn't someone use a submersible for terrorist activity or arms running? >> that's a very big concern of ourselves. the vessels would certainly be of value to terrorist organizations that want to move people or equipment or other items towards the united states. >> reporter: as for the men who jumped off that semisub, they were rescued by the coast guard are now in prison in the united states. bob orr cbs news, charleston, south car
the f.b.i. lab has been unable to retrieve any useful data. cyber experts are not optimistic. police are searching credit card e-mail, and phone records for lanza and his mother. investigators are also trying to reconstruct lanza's internet searches. but officials say lanza was a socially awkward recluse who had little touch with the outside world and he killed his mother nancy lanza, the one person who knew him best. law enforcement officials say over the past three years his mother bought and registered the three semiautomatic weapons lanza carried with him during his attack at the sandy hook elementary school. sources say a gun trace revealed nancy lanza bought the murder weapon, a bushmaster ar-15, in march 2010. a year later, in march, 2011, she bought a 9 millimeter sig sauer pistol. that gun was found in one of the pockets of lanza's cargo pants. the third gun, the glock 10 millimeter adam lanza used to take his own life, was purchased 11 months ago in january, 2012. lanza didn't buy any of the weapons himself but agents for the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosi
learned that the f.b.i. investigation into which terrorists carried out the attack on the u.s. post is still elgoing. nnsyelley: margaret, thank you. pr the other end of pennsylvania avenue, president obama's gun violence task force got right to rerk today and major garrett is at the white house with more. e.jor. t reporter: scott, the vice president met with police chiefs and county sheriffs from around ohe country and he talked about e e comprehensive approach to crime fighting he wrote into the 1994 crime bill. that bill included the assault weapons ban, a ban that expired in 2004, but the law did much more. it provided federal aid for policing in high-crime areas, created drug courts, and intensified prosecutions of violent crimes against women. white house officials say the l ce president will be comprehensive this time as well, gun control will be include, will there also be efforts to expand access to mental health care services and expand the ntalogue on violent movies and januagames. >> the president has given the vice president until january to couple those recommendation
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